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Young Lawyers go green in October!
Young Lawyers go green in October!

 Stefani Janson 17 Oct 2018

Did you know that in Australia, it is estimated that 2.7 million coffee cups are thrown out every day? This October, the LIV Young Lawyers Community Issues Committee is raising awareness about this important environmental issue...

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Discount for Environmental Film Festival Australia events
Discount for Environmental Film Festival Australia events

 LIV Media 08 Oct 2018

The LIV Environmental Issues Committee and the Environmental Film Festival Australia have organised a series of discount offers for LIV members for...

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Designing crime out of communities
Designing crime out of communities

 Karin Derkley 07 Sep 2018

Urban design that encourages community cohesion can be more effective at reducing crime than security measures such as CCTV or fortress-style developments...

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Commercialisation of Victoria's Land Titles Registry and the Mandated Use of PEXA
Commercialisation of Victoria's Land Titles Registry and the Mandated Use of PEXA

 Property and Environmental Law Section 10 Aug 2018

The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) is concerned by the most recent cyber security incident involving theft of money being paid as part of property transfers transacted using PEXA...

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To frack or not to frack
To frack or not to frack

 Andrew Komesaroff and Christopher Langton 01 Jun 2018

New legislation will have significant implications for companies exploring for and extracting gas and petroleum in Victoria...

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LIV advocacy
LIV advocacy

 Law Institute Journal 01 May 2018

The LIV, with the Criminal Law Executive Committee, wrote to Greens MP Sue Pennicuik. The LIV raised concerns in relation to the reduction of the availability...

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A sporting chance - pitfalls for sports facilities
A sporting chance - pitfalls for sports facilities

 Dr Leonie Kelleher and Hubert Algie 03 Apr 2018

Property and planning law can strongly impact sporting activities. Sports groups may suddenly find themselves fighting to protect existing facilities or struggling to develop new ones...

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Notice of action
Notice of action

 Russell Cocks 03 Apr 2018

Perhaps the epitome of “unknown unknowns” is the Notice of Action...

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A new landscape for environmental law in Victoria in 2018?
A new landscape for environmental law in Victoria in 2018?

 Mark Beaufoy 21 Mar 2018

Since 2011, there have been multiple reviews and recommendations for reform in relation to the operation and powers of the EPA...

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Forfeiture of deposit
Forfeiture of deposit

 Russell Cocks 01 Mar 2018

A vendor may forfeit a deposit if the contract is ended but there are some circumstances where relief against forfeiture may be granted...

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Adverse possession applications
Adverse possession applications

 Property and Environmental Law Section 15 Jan 2018

The majority of adverse possessions are requisitioned regarding the evidence supplied...

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Deposit release
Deposit release

 Russell Cocks 01 Nov 2017

There has only been one reported decision on deposit release (McEwan v Theologedis [2004] VSC 244) and that case did not consider the “condition enuring” argument. Aurumstone v Yarra Bank Developments [2017] VSC 503 has now considered that argument...

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Land Use Victoria - Customer Information Bulletin Issue 171 (October) Now Available
Land Use Victoria - Customer Information Bulletin Issue 171 (October) Now Available

 Property and Environmental Law Section 16 Oct 2017

Land Use Victoria's Customer Information Bulletin Issue 171 (October) is now available...

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New Release of the Digital Duties Form
New Release of the Digital Duties Form

 Property and Environmental Law Section 22 Sep 2017

A suite of enhancements for the digital duties form will go live on Monday 25 September 2017...

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Understanding Vacant Residential Land Tax
Understanding Vacant Residential Land Tax

 Property and Environmental Law Section 11 Sep 2017

The State Revenue Office advises that, from 1 January 2018, homes in inner and middle Melbourne left unoccupied for more than six months of the calendar year may be subject to the vacant residential land tax...

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